The Rome Wolves trekked south to Dallas Friday night in search of new prey. They met the Paulding County Patriots at Dave Hardin Stadium.When the final horn sounded there was little doubt this Rome team is the best team in the region and likely in the state.
The Paulding County Patriots took to the road for the 1st time this season. The schedule found them traveling to Marietta to face a group of angry Longhorns that were winless on the the season.
The Spartans traveled to Douglasville to take on the very tough Tigers in hopes of gaining their first win. Unfortunately, the Spartans just could not get anything going on offense or defense.
The Raiders would not quit as the game ended 43-41 in favor of Carrollton. East Paulding's defense was able to capitalize on a few fumbles, and was able to turn them into touchdowns, one by the defense.
Hiram's Sydney Adomnik lays down a sacrifice in the 4th inning. Adomnik saved the day in the bottom of the 7th by making a sensational catch on a potential game winner by the Patriots ending the game.
Patriot wideout Jason Ledford scampers into the end zone after a long run scoring his 2nd touchdown of the game. Brantley Mauldin celebrates with Coach Purnell after the victory. Patriots are 1-2(1-0) on the season and travel to Kell next week.
The South Paulding Spartans take the field against a very tough Alexander team this past Friday night. The Spartans showed promise in a 48-12 loss to the Cougars.
Q100 was able to attend an epic rivalry week with North Paulding and East Paulding at Friday Night Lights! Q100 brought gear to the event for the students and enjoyed the school spirit from both schools.
North Paulding High School's Wolfpack takes East Paulding in a 21 to 13 victory.
North Paulding takes the win over South Paulding 43 to zero. Lucas Mayes had 2 touchdowns. 1 recieving and 1 rushing. Senior Easton Murphy had 81 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns.
Kierra Cooper blasts a homer as her and Huddle went back to back in the 1st inning. Cooper went 2 for 4 with 3 rbi for the Spartans.Spartans Handle The Hornets 7-1
The Patriot offense was stymied by the Jaguars from Douglasville, the team is off next week and can use this time to get ready for their tough region schedule.
Patriots deliver 9-1 victory against Kell High School of Marietta. The Patriots improved to 3-3 (2-2) on the season.
The Hiram Hornets lost Friday's home game against Kennesaw Mountain by a score of 35-28.